Awesome Pecan Pie




Introduction: Awesome Pecan Pie

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This here will give you everything you need to know, to make one hella good pecan pie for any occasion.

Super easy!!!!!!!!!!!!

   -1 packed cup light brown sugar
   -1 1/4 cup pecan halves
   -3 beaten eggs
   -1 cup dark cane syrup(K A R O)
   -2 tbs melted butter
   -1 tsp vanilla extract
   -1 pinch salt
   -1 store bought pie crust(9inch)

Kitchen tools:
   -dry and liquid measuring cups
   -spoon or cake spactula
   -measuring spoons
   -mixing bowl

Step 1: Mix the Filling

Prior to these steps preheat oven to 400 degrees(F)

1.In the mixing bowl crack three eggs and lightly whisk.
2.Add cane syrup, sugar, vanilla extract, melted butter, pecans to bowl
3.Mix together.
4.Pour mix into pie crust.

see I told you this would be easy..

Step 2: It's Bake Time

Now that you have made the filling and poured it in to the pie crust its time to bake this sucker.

Place pie on center rack of oven and bake at 400 for 15 minutes.

Then reduce Temp. to 350 and bake for another 30 minutes.

Step 3: Final Inspection

Open the oven door and check to see if pie is done.
  -to do this poke a knife into the center and it should come out clean.
  -don't worry if the pie seems a little loose because you need to take out and let it sit for awhile to allow the filling to further set.
    but if it is like total liquid allow pie to bake longer.

Once pie has set serve it up. Great by itself or with a scoop of ice cream.

Super easy and Super good


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    4 Discussions


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Had pecan pie in New Orleans made like this. Best ever. Note that it is not a layer of goo and a layer of pecans.  It's all together.

    And for all y'all Yankees reading this, it's pronounced puh-KAHN, not PEE-can. 


    8 years ago on Introduction

    This looks mouth-watering good, yum! Thanks for the recipe :D